His scientific interests lie mostly in Hydrology, Groundwater recharge, Water resources, Groundwater and Aquifer. His research in Hydrology focuses on subjects like Soil science, which are connected to Surface runoff. The various areas that Robert C. Reedy examines in his Groundwater recharge study include Soil water, Land cover, Vegetation, Arid and Hydrology.
His Water resources research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Climatology, Drainage basin, Amazon rainforest, Radiative forcing and Sea level. His studies deal with areas such as Oil shale and Surface water as well as Groundwater. Robert C. Reedy is interested in Depression-focused recharge, which is a branch of Aquifer.
Robert C. Reedy mainly investigates Hydrology, Groundwater, Groundwater recharge, Aquifer and Vadose zone. His research integrates issues of Arid, Soil water and Precipitation in his study of Hydrology. His work in Groundwater tackles topics such as Surface water which are related to areas like Oil shale.
Robert C. Reedy interconnects Land cover, Evapotranspiration, Drainage and Water resource management in the investigation of issues within Groundwater recharge. In Aquifer, Robert C. Reedy works on issues like Environmental chemistry, which are connected to Arsenate. His work deals with themes such as Infiltration and Nitrate, which intersect with Vadose zone.
Robert C. Reedy focuses on Hydraulic fracturing, Hydrology, Unconventional oil, Water use and Water storage. His Hydraulic fracturing research includes themes of Environmental engineering, Produced water and Oil shale. Conjunctive use, Groundwater recharge, Aquifer and Groundwater are among the areas of Hydrology where Robert C. Reedy concentrates his study.
His research brings together the fields of Surface water and Groundwater recharge. He combines subjects such as Oceanography and Soil salinity with his study of Groundwater. The Water use study which covers Irrigation that intersects with Pipeline transport.
His primary scientific interests are in Water storage, Hydraulic fracturing, Water resources, Water use and Hydrology. His Hydraulic fracturing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Wastewater, Environmental engineering and Produced water. His Environmental engineering study combines topics in areas such as Fossil fuel, Beneficial use and Water scarcity.
The concepts of his Produced water study are interwoven with issues in Enhanced oil recovery and Oil shale, Unconventional oil. His work carried out in the field of Water resources brings together such families of science as Growing season, Agroforestry, Soil fertility and Irrigation. His work on Hydrology deals in particular with Surface irrigation, Flood myth, Aquifer, Groundwater and Groundwater recharge.
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Groundwater depletion and sustainability of irrigation in the US High Plains and Central Valley
Bridget R. Scanlon;Claudia C. Faunt;Laurent Longuevergne;Robert C. Reedy.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Impact of land use and land cover change on groundwater recharge and quality in the southwestern US
Bridget R. Scanlon;Robert C. Reedy;David A. Stonestrom;David E. Prudic.
Global Change Biology (2005)
Global models underestimate large decadal declining and rising water storage trends relative to GRACE satellite data
Bridget R. Scanlon;Zizhan Zhang;Himanshu Save;Alexander Y. Sun.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2018)
Comparison of water use for hydraulic fracturing for unconventional oil and gas versus conventional oil.
Bridget R Scanlon;Robert C Reedy;Jean P Nicot.
Environmental Science & Technology (2014)
Source and Fate of Hydraulic Fracturing Water in the Barnett Shale: A Historical Perspective
Jean Philippe Nicot;Bridget R. Scanlon;Robert C. Reedy;Ruth A. Costley.
Environmental Science & Technology (2014)
Intercode comparisons for simulating water balance of surficial sediments in semiarid regions
Bridget R. Scanlon;Marty Christman;Robert C. Reedy;Indrek Porro.
Water Resources Research (2002)
Ecological controls on water-cycle response to climate variability in deserts.
B. R. Scanlon;D. G. Levitt;R. C. Reedy;K. E. Keese.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2005)
Variations in flow and transport in thick desert vadose zones in response to paleoclimatic forcing (0-90 kyr): Field measurements, modeling, and uncertainties
Bridget R. Scanlon;Kelley Keese;Robert C. Reedy;Jirka Simunek.
Water Resources Research (2003)
Climate Variability Controls on Unsaturated Water and Chemical Movement, High Plains Aquifer, USA
Jason J. Gurdak;Randall T. Hanson;Peter B. McMahon;Breton W. Bruce.
Vadose Zone Journal (2007)
Potential climate change effects on groundwater recharge in the High Plains Aquifer, USA
Russell S. Crosbie;Bridget R. Scanlon;Freddie S. Mpelasoka;Robert C. Reedy.
Water Resources Research (2013)
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